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American band enriches music tradition at PNCA

Despite the growing tensions between Pakistan and United States, the visit by double bass players of a New York-based jazz group, Ari Roland Jazz Quartet, to Pakistan, is a blessing in disguise,

Prices of vegetable continue to soar

Soaring prices of vegetables in the Sunday markets become a growing concern for the middle class people of the federal capital. This Sunday, along with other vegetables, the increasing prices of onions

Call to cement ties with neighbours

Pakistan Liberation League leader Ashiq Bhatti on Saturday urged the government to further strengthen relations with the neighboring countries. “We want friendly relations with all the neighbouring countries,” said Ashiq Bhatti, the

Golra Road needs attention

Sheer negligence on the part of Capital Development Authority (CDA) is causing immense problems to the commuters on the Golra Road the condition of which is deteriorating day by day. Sharing their

4-day symposium at QAU from today

The 12th International Symposium on Advanced Materials is being held from September 26 to September 30 at National Centre of Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. This biennial event has become one of the

Future of NICL scam probe seems dark

Like dozens of other mega financial scams, the future of the NICL scam involving over Rs 5 billion and the bigwigs of the ruling elite seems dark, as chief investigator for the

No electricity at H-9 Bazaar

Whether it is scorching heat or freezing cold, the ultimate one are the people belonging to the lower middle class, already pressed hard by a series of unending problems. People often comment

PIMS facing blood shortage

The blood bank at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), the main hospital in the capital, is not prepared to meet any emergency as it is running short of blood and has

No ‘caretaker’ for Islamabad Railway Station

Negligence shown by the authorities of Railways, which is already passing through the severe crisis, has created a dilemma for the Islamabad Railway Station. The station, developed decades ago, was briefly used

Curriculum developers awarded certificates

Intel Pakistan and Roots School System (RSS) Friday marked the successful completion of the Intel and RSS Joint ICT Curriculum and awarded appreciation certificate and mementos to the project development team. Federal

IHC chief justice forms benches

Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court (IHC) Iqbal Hameed-ur-Rehman has constituted three benches, including a divisional bench, to hear a number of cases from next week starting on Monday, September 26. The

Four robbers arrested, two pistols seized

The capital police on Saturday claimed to have arrested four alleged robbers who had been reportedly responsible for several armed robberies in various areas of the city. Police said they also seized

Better body image helps weight loss

Improving body image helps in weight loss programs based on diet and exercise. Obesity is known to increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease and can significantly shorten life expectancy. Technical